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WHY THE NAME KAURI
The Plant Kauri is among the largest species of tree in the world. These trees have been felled by cataclysms and buried in the mud of the marshes; a set of climatic conditions has left them intact for a period ranging from 20,000 to 50,000 years.
What makes Kauri incredibly unique and fascinating is that despite its long stay under the mud it is neither rotten nor petrified, allowing the man to work it like freshly cut wood. Moreover the Kauri can be considered as the most environmentally friendly wood in the world. To work it does not require any deforestation.